Recent Examples of vine from the Web
The hunters thread through vines and shinny down trees into a gully.
Lucas Aulbach/Courier-Journal Beneath a greenhouse covered with wisteria vines, a wood table that clocks in longer than the average bowling lane has already been installed in 3rd Turn Brewing's soon-to-open beer garden.
The garage isn’t going anywhere, but can’t Councilman Jose Huizar encourage the owner to beautify the space with vines or foliage?
There are countless rows of lush grape vines stretching over the hills to my left, and the scene to my right is pretty much identical.
Stay just outside of Maribor, about 30 minutes north of Ptuj, at Chateau Ramsak, a 15-hectare property at the Ramšak Estate and home to rustic chalets and tree houses, so vines are literally in your backyard.
Trim tall grass, weeds and vines, which mosquitoes use to rest during hot daylight hours, and prevent water from pooling in low-lying areas.
Black plastic mulch is beneficial to certain vegetables including tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and vine crops.
EVERY GARDEN NEEDS a few Clematis vines meandering about.
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VINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vine for English Language Learners
: a plant that has very long stems and that grows along the ground or up and around something (such as a wall or tree)
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